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The Amazing Migration of Lucky the Wildebeest

Children reading Lucky the Wildebeest book

The children’s faces lit up with excitement as the teachers handed out copies of The Amazing Migration of Lucky the Wildebeest, a story of the migration of a young wildebeest and its zebra friend from Lake Natron to Tarangire National Park in Northern Tanzania written by Monica Bond and Derek Lee.

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A Hyena Takes an Early Morning Swim

A hyena at Kieliekrankie Wilderness Camp, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa

Shortly after sunrise, at Kieliekrankie Wilderness Camp in South Africa,  as I settled into my balcony chair with my rusk and a coffee, I noticed a lone hyena on the horizon.

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Behind the Legal, Domestic Ivory Trade, a Black Market Flourishes

Behind the legal, domestic ivory trade, a black market flourishes

In 1989, after a decades-long spate of elephant poaching and failed regulation of the commercial trade in ivory, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) finally made the decision to ban international trade in African elephant ivory.

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A Rare Rhino Encounter

White rhino in South Africa

It was a cool and rainy morning for a game drive. The weather and lush green landscape, combined with the curves in the road, made it difficult to spot wildlife until we were within close proximity.

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AWF’s Board Chair Remembers Satao

AWF Board Chair David Thomson reflects on the death of an elephant bull near Amboseli National Park.

I was heartbroken when I heard the news about the death of Satao, a mighty bull elephant recently killed by poachers in Kenya’s Tsavo National Park.

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